Camila Cabello wins large, Janet Jackson performs — MTV EMAs

Sergio Cunningham
November 7, 2018

Cabello, 21, who already led the pack at the MTV Video Music Awards in August, urged her fans in the United States to vote in the 2018 midterm elections as she walked the red carpet in the northern Spanish city of Bilbao.

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Cabello's "Havana", Grande's "No tears left to cry", Post Malone's "Rockstar", Drake's "God's Plan" and Bebe Rexha's "Meant to be" are all competing for best song. Little Mix also hit the stage with Minaj to perform their collaboration "Women Like Me" for the first time.

Jackson was honored with the Global Icon Award for her four-decade, 11-album career that started when she was a child growing up in the family that also produced her music legend brother, Michael, and The Jackson Five.

She added: "I stand with you".

Who knows how many awards he may win for the rest of the year.

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The mental health activist was awarded at the 2018 MTV EMAs pre-show held at the Bilbao Exhibition Centre, on Sunday in Bilbao, Spain. "Mama loves you", she said.

Jackson also called on women and men to use their voices and speak up against injustices.

One of the hits of the night was Spanish Flamenco-inspired artist Rosalia singing "Malamente" after rolling on stage in a very big truck.

Launched in 1994, MTV EMA is organized by MTV Networks Europe and considered one of the biggest music awards in Europe.

Minaj won for best hip-hop artist and best look.

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